Touch Of Gray, Walkin' Blues, Loser, Desolation Row, Cumberland Blues, Eternity, Loose Lucy, Picasso Moon Samson & Delilah-> Lazy River Road-> Truckin'-> He's Gone-> Drums-> Jam-> The Other One-> Stella Blue-> Throwing Stones-> Turn On Your Love Light, E: Knockin' On Heaven's Door
AUD(Sony C-38BÂs) > DAT > CDR via Raoul Duke encoded by Matt Vernon
Sony C-38B's > DAT > CDR > EAC (secure) > Cool Edit Pro > shntool > mkwACT > SHN (seekable)
November 13, 2006 Subject:
good show from philly
pretty good show but i liked 9-13-1993 alot more
good aud recording worth the download if you were there.....
1993 was a odd year for the dead alot of shows were
great and alot of shows were just plain flat this run of
shows kinda has both aspects of the year in it
July 1, 2004 Subject:
It's all about the other one
This show, to me, is all about a TITANIC Other One (more so about the jam that precedes it.) They noodle around towards the end of Space with the main theme for a few minutes, then Phil takes the controls of the mother ship. Friends, his playing sounds like a friggin' freight train, building and building towards a thunderous intro...then he pulls back. He lets Jerry play with the main theme for another minute or so, then does the same thing again...then pulls back again. The main jam quickly disolves into nothing...I mean, complete silence for a few seconds (I swear the collective hearts of 13,000 crazed heads stopped in anticpation of the intro during those few seconds of silence)...then Phil breaks the silence at the perfect juncture in time with THE THUNDER out of nowhere and all hell breaks loose. This is my favorite later-day version, right behind 12/31/90. This sound is nice as well, with Phil right up front in the mix. The set list looks pretty standard, but "Loose Lucy" and "Desolation Row," along with the entire post-space sequence are worth a listen.